Microsoft Office 2010. Jane Francis Personal Computer Training. Agenda. Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation: “ Modernize your Business PCs ” Orientation to Terminology and Services Windows 7 (videos and demos) Office 2010 (videos and demos) Questions. Cloud Computing. Windows Live.
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Microsoft Office 2010
Jane FrancisPersonal Computer Training
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation: “Modernize your Business PCs”
Orientation to Terminology and Services
Windows 7 (videos and demos)
Office 2010 (videos and demos)
1 GHz or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor.
1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit).
16 GB hard disk space (32-bit) or20 GB (64-bit).
DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver.
Replaced the “Office Button” with the File tab
Allows customization to the tabs
Work together in real time with Co-authoring and OneNote Shared Notebook.
Gain control over email with conversation view in Outlook.
Share Instantly with Broadcast Slide Show in PowerPoint.
Communicate and share files with more safeguard features.
Keep productive on the go with SharePoint Workspace.
Respond faster when you’re away from the office with Office Web Apps.
Do more on your phone with Office mobile.
Increase productivity and reduce training costs with Backstage.
Microsoft Office 2007 2010. You should not need to upgrade your hardware, although you might need to upgrade to a supported operating system.
Microsoft Office 2000, 2003, or Office XP 2010. You will have to make sure that your hardware and operating system meet the minimum 2010 Microsoft Office system requirements.
Evaluate your computer before you install 2010 Microsoft Office system products to verify your computer meets or exceeds the minimum system requirements.
Presenter View- a great way for you to view your presentation with your speaker notes on one computer (your laptop, for example), while the audience views the notes-free presentation on a different monitor.